Pakistan is blessed; it is the world’s most glaciated space outside the Polar Region, it has four of the world’s fourteen highest peaks across the world’s three greatest mountain ranges Hindu Kush, Himalayas and Karakoram that come together near Gilgit. It is where the Asian and Eurasian tectonic plates collided; it is the birthplace of Asia’s major religions, has ancient forests, flora and fauna, high alpine wetlands and is also home to the most unique and endangered animal species of our world.
The remote valleys and majestic mountains offer some breathtaking views that will permeate the cloisters of your memory and inspire for a lifetime. We offer structured experiential learning programs to engage with local communities, undertake wild life conservation projects and research opportunities on water bodies, forests and other habitats.
In its recently published ranking, Forbes has enlisted Pakistan among The 10 Coolest Places to Go in 2019, due its purely raw scenic beauty and heart-warming hospitality of the people in the Northern part of Pakistan.
It has also been ranked the world’s top travel destination for 2018 by the British Backpacker Society, which described Pakistan as one of the friendliest countries on earth, with mountain scenery that is beyond anyone’s wildest imagination.
The Financial Times has also included Pakistan as one of the top travel destinations in the world in it’s recent article Where to go in 2018: an insiders’ guide .